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July 26, 2005

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» Kryptonite still won't take responsibility from HorsePigCow: Life Uncommon
Everyone remembers this story... Well, today, Shel & Robert over at Naked Conversations have posted a lengthy discussion between NC and Kryptonite's 'PR' guru, Donna Tocci. Sha'! Puh-lease! Tell me this...do you believe a word she says? It soun... [Read More]

» Kryptonite Speaks from Micro Persuasion
Remember the infamous Kryptonite case? Over on the Naked Conversations blog they're finally giving their side of the story. [Read More]

» Kryptonite Locks Tells Their Side of the Story, At Last from B.L. Ochman's weblog - Internet strategy, marketing, public relations, politics with news and commentary
Naked Conversations has an interview with Kryptonite's PR person, finally telling their side of the great lock picking debacle. Do they watch blogs closely now? You bet.... [Read More]

» Red Kryptonite from Changing Way
Shel Israel recently posted a draft of "Doing it Wrong," which will be chapter 10 of the book on blogging he's writing with Robert Scoble. One of the examples is Kryptonite and, in particular, a now-famous episode from September 2004. It was possible t... [Read More]

» Movie Script of "The Silver Platter" from One By One
If had to write a script for a movie about why a company should address the issues of having a blog in their arsenal, the interview with Donna M. Tocci, Kryptonite’s PR manager, would be a great place to start.... [Read More]

» Remember the Kryptonite bic pen fiasco last year from Geek News Central
I remember the blogsphere was all over the issue and the intense scrutiny and commentary for the lack of public... [Read More]

» Talking about Naked Conversations: Kryptonite from act2
Talking about Naked Conversations: Kryptonite Argues Its Case [Read More]

» Kryptonite Take 2 from Tech PR Gems
Kryptonite is back in the blogosphere (and soon to be in print), and still taking lumps. I think we need to rename our blog "PR People Aren't Evil". What do you think? [Read More]

» Kryptonite blogifacts from JD on MX
Kryptonite blogifacts: The Kryptonite bicycle lock comapny was sort of the anti-posterchild for bloggers awhile back... a product controversy was rapidly linked online, and the 25-person company was derided for not having weblogs. Here's a view from th... [Read More]

» The Other Side from Licence to Roam
Last year, Kryptonite were accused of not listening to their customers or responding in an appropriate way after a story broke about how easy it was to pick one of their locks with a biro. The company have now expanded... [Read More]

» The broken locks: Krypronite speaks from www.gadgetguy.de - The GadgetGuy
Naked Conversations have an interview with Donna M. Tocci, Kryptonite’s PR manager, trying to explain how busy they were and why they acted the way they did. Still a rather lame excuse, I’d say. ... [Read More]

» Things are really heating up from HorsePigCow: Life Uncommon
For the record, though, some of my best friends are in PR. I know what they go through and advocating honesty will get them fired. Oh...and I've been quoted here. I think it's my general eloquence. [Read More]

» Always more to the story from Community Guy
Much like the kids game "Telephone", the Kryptonite story continues to confuse... [Read More]

» Our favourite case study tells their side: Kryptonite speaks. from Qumana Blog

Thanks to B.L. for this link to a good (not great, good) interview with the PR person from Kryptonite about ... [Read More]

» Our favourite case study tells their side: Kryptonite speaks. from Qumana Blog

Thanks to B.L. for this link to a good (not great, good) interview with the PR person from Kryptonite about ... [Read More]

» Kryptonite Lock Sequel from Our Social World Blog
Shel managed to get Donna at Kryptonite to give their side of the story in the lock blog saga, Pity that she can’t make it to Our Social World. ... [Read More]

» Why the Blogosphere Matters to Business from One Degree
Dealing with the blogosphere can be a little like the game of telephone in the way that online mythologies, like the Kryptonite story, get distorted through the variety of storytellers. Bloggers often take on the cause of consumer advocacy even when it... [Read More]

» Why the Blogosphere Matters to Business from One Degree
Dealing with the blogosphere can be a little like the game of telephone in the way that online mythologies, like the Kryptonite story, get distorted through the variety of storytellers. Bloggers often take on the cause of consumer advocacy even when it... [Read More]

» Consumer Complaint Blogging - why it won't work all the time from Bazaarz
At first sight, using blogs as a way of garnering support for a product issue is a great idea. The success of the kryptonite campaign is a case in point. Comments posted to Naked Conversations suggests there are still a... [Read More]

» Gestion de crise : le point de vue Kryptonite from Shoob Corporate Blogging (FR)
Je rappelais l'évènement Kryptonite il y a quelques semaines, où la blogosphère s'était littéralement enflammée autour de l'histoire du cadenas qui s'ouvrait à l'aide d'un simple bic. Près de 20 millions de personnes ont reçu l'histoire en une quinzain... [Read More]

» Gestion de crise : le point de vue Kryptonite from Shoob Corporate Blogging (FR)
Je rappelais l'évènement Kryptonite il y a quelques semaines, où la blogosphère s'était littéralement enflammée autour de l'histoire du cadenas qui s'ouvrait à l'aide d'un simple bic. Près de 20 millions de personnes ont reçu l'histoire en une quinzain... [Read More]

» Commerce, innovation and Web 2.0 (again) from Preoccupations
I do believe we are living through a momentous change in the history of culture and technology for which, at least in part and currently, 'Web 2.0' serves as a useful, if sometimes over-charged, short-hand. As an educator, I am [Read More]

» Web2.0: Dialogue and Corporate Culture from IF
A word on dialogue. Last week's German OMD online marketing trade fair has, if anything, proven a point: dialogue is tough to get right. Sure, most of the exhibitors there are trying to sell tech-based feedback channels, such as E-Mail... [Read More]

» Let employees do the blogging from Marketing Technology
There's an interesting article in today's Financial Times by Kevin Allison, titled Who's afraid of the big, bad blog? The main point of the story seems to be that letting employees blog could be the key for companies being successful in the blogosphere. [Read More]

» Starbucks Social Media Community Helps It Survive Brand Attack from B.L. Ochman's blog
By B.L. Ochman What does it take to damage a brand with a hate campaign? That depends on whether the brand is listening, reacting in real-time, and has a community of its own in social media. While fear of "the haters" damaging the brand is probably th... [Read More]

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